Being a Princess isn’t all it’s cracked up to be…
M knew that her new status would come with extra duties someday—but over spring break?? An emergency requires her immediate presence but not everyone is overjoyed to have their long-lost Princess back. Can she win her people over in time to save them from destruction? And what will she have to give up in return?
Being a princess isn’t all it’s cracked up to be!
Between keeping high security secrets from everyone (including Rigel) and trying to keep Rigel and Sean from killing each other (with no help from Trina, of course!), M has more than enough on her plate already. She knew that as newly discovered princess of a secret Martian colony, she’d have to return there someday – but over spring break? An emergency requires her immediate presence, but not everyone is overjoyed to have their long-lost princess back. Can she win her people over in time to save the colony from destruction? And what will she have to give up in return?
Book three of the award-winning Starstruck series, where teen romance blends with science fiction to open a whole new world of action, adventure, and discovery.
Some quotes from readers:
“How have these “Starstruck” series books stayed under the radar? They are amazing and should be as big as Harry Potter and Twilight. Starbound leaves you hanging and I can’t wait for the fourth book.” ~Keefa, Goodreads reader
“I found this story to be more detailed, enthralling, and majestic from the last two. With higher stakes, and an emotional, startling cliffhanger, I felt that the author really hit her stride in book three. I can’t wait for book four. Five stars!” ~Ria, Goodreads reader
“Yup, I was right. Each book just keeps getting better and better. I think I have martian fever or maybe I’m just seriously obsessed and addicted with the book & series What else can I say other than the words Perfect!, Amazing!, Addcitive, & Insane? …a perfect 5 STARS!” ~Brice, Goodreads reader
“I enjoyed Brenda’s, gifted writing style. Professional, seasoned and very comfortable. Her story just flowed, drawing me in with the feelings of remembered youth, awe and triumph.” ~Lisa B, Amazon reader